Synchronous recording without a recording studio
Testing of translated takes
practising dubbing for prospective dubbing actors
Creation of voice actors Demo videos*
Via a microphone connected to the computer, previously selected takes can be recorded. A built-in single counter with acoustic signal lets the recording start at the right point.
Adjusting the start and end points of the recording as well as continuously adjusting the volume of the original sound make the recording comparable to the work in a dubbing studio.
DubbyLoop’s filter function allows character-by-character recording, so that a speaker can easily jump to the next take of the respective character.
The spoken recordings (48 kHz, 24 bit, mono**) can then be exported as a continuous track, corresponding to the length of the video, in wav and mp3 format.Overlaps, if any, are exported in another track. As many tracks are created as there are overlaps at one position at the same time.
*The exported track can be used in any video editing program to create a demo video. The track only needs to be dragged flush into the respective editor to be synchronized with the video.
**Supported on the hardware side, otherwise recording is in 44khz, 16 bit, mono